Jabalpur, Mar 25 (UNI) Samajwadi Party (SP) president and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav today alleged that wrong policies of the Centre's UPA regime endangered the country's internal security.
''Naxalism and terrorism are affecting 14 states. The UPA government's foreign policy is ineffective,'' he told reporters on the eve of the SP's three-day national convention getting underway here.
Alleging that inflation skyrocketed during UPA tenure, Mr Yadav added that even wheat, rice and pulses were out of the common man's reach.
SP general secretary Amar Singh would be among those attending the convention whose inaugural day would witness election of the party president.
Mr Yadav's tenure ends on March 31.
''The convention will witness passage of resolutions on politics, foreign policy, economic policy and current subjects,'' said Mr Yadav while adding that Mr Singh was made the party's observer for the March 28 elections in Bhopal for three Rajya Sabha seats.
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